Save money on fall tuition at CU
Start off the upcoming semester right: Apply for the Tuition Assistance Benefit and save money on eligible CU courses.
Things to keep in mind when applying for the Tuition Assistance Benefit
Tuition Assistance is available for your dependent
As an employee, you may grant an eligible dependent your Tuition Assistance Benefit. Through the Intercampus Dependent Tuition Assistance Benefit Pilot Program, dependents have two options: Option A - Home Campus or Option B - Other Campus. Option A is available to dependents who attend the same campus you are employed. Option B applies to dependents who attend a different CU campus than your campus of employement. Learn more.
You'll need to re-submit the application
Did you take advantage of the benefit last semester? You must submit a new application each semester.
Don't forget to list all courses you or your dependent want to take
When filling out the application, list all of the possible courses either you or your dependent will be taking this semester. You do not have to submit an application for each course; one application per employee or dependent will suffice.